Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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A1TQN FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1133 IMMMMIMMMMM Current Events on Alton Lake ind Roarom' the Plan Country With HAROLD BRAND Dtytl|M Saving Time Although tUe recent weather had *¥wm SlgM of »n early Christmas this year, many sportsmen hope for the arrival of '& second spring season by Sunday, when daylight savlngl time begins, so that they may enjoy an extra hour of outdoor activities under plensant skies. Club Note* The Alton Motorboat Club has scheduled a work party Sunday at 8 a, m. to reassemble their boat docks for the coming season. The docks, which can accommodate about 50 boats, have been in slor- :»ge during the winter months. The club has extended ah invitation to all boatowners in the fcrea to bring their craft on trailers %nd display their complete units \d the public during the club's Boat 'and Motor show, Sunday, May 3, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Free fivent The exhibitors include Kramer Outboard Agency, Klump Boat and iMotorl, Stratton Boat and Motors of Wood River, Stanka Outboard 'Agency, Cherry Boat and Motors Of Edwardsville, Weissenborn Boat and Motors of Belleville, and St. Louis dealers, Grossmann Marine Supply, Jennings Boat and Motors, and St. Louis Sports Sales. The Girl Marine Scouts, supervised by Mrs. Carl Nevlin, will operate a refreshment stand on Mc"Adams Highway near the club "iboat. In addition, movies will be shown aboard the club. The entire event is free and everyone is welcome. I The club has scheduled a dinner idance ,on Saturday, May 16, to officially inaugurate the 1953 boating season. Unusual Fence Oren C. Snider, 27 Harnett Ave., ^Wood River, who owns a cabin on iPiasa Creek, related that he has jplarlned an easy way to fence in ; ; his cabin lot and also beautify the .5 grounds. He has purchased 100 irose bushes and 16 shrubbery ^plants with which he intends to •; place as a fence. • However, he said that he has 'learned^ it is a lot of work Jo set •put the plants and bushes which ;will provide also habitat for the wildlife in the area. \ Personal Notes When asked for a fishing story, . ; Louis Horn, 619 Henry St., replied , that he, 4 wJ3fl| ? ,>,fishing once. The >tirae waifIc^iars ago this June, ?and during the occasion, he met ibis wife for the first time. He said • that he hasn't had time to go fishing since, • The wind storms last week swamped many boats which were tied up to docks on Alton Lake. Mrs. Harold D. Burger, 312 Dry get more use oui^elk! end the threat of Hath f/oodi pr«v«nt full «»• Of your ce/lar? •' ;* Inttall • Fairbtmk*- Mori* cellar drainer! It will protect you night and day. Start* pumping the second . wafer collect* in the tump. forka electrically . • . automatically. >u can't forget to turn on the iwitch. .Wo complicated machinery to get out pf order. Juit plug it in and forget it. Here'i top protection at low coil I Wiseman, Inc. Plumbing and Heating Supplies m* EAST BKOAPWAV DUI 3-8894 Alton St., reports that their craft was filled vrith water by the wind, driven waves. Although their outboard motor was submerged, they were able to restore it to good running condition. Clifford Enos of Godfrey, a truck sales manager, has Always been fin enthusiasflc fisherman. Now, he is making his hobby pny. He has opened a hnit and fishing tackle store on Dclmar Ave., in North Alton. He and his family operate the business'as a sideline. Women Voters at 'School' Sessions Members of Alton's League of Wmen Voters attended a "Legislative School" at Springfield April 14 and 15. Those attending were Mrs. Nell Waterhury, Mrs. Augusta Hersey, Mrs. Lester Klope and Mrs. Robert McFarlane. Thje League of Women Voters of Illinois will hold its 26th convention in Chicago on April 28-30 at the Shoreland Hotel, South Shore Drive Chicago. Some 400 delegatee from the 63 Leagues in Illinois will elect new officers for the next two years adopt a program and hear four outstanding speakers on state and national governmental issues. The State convention in Chicago will be attended by four Alton \vo« men: Mrs. Auguste Hersehy, the new president of Alton's League, Mrs. Raymond Leever, Mrs. William M u n g e r and Mrs. James Weaver. Friday April 24 at 8 p. m. at the YWCA the League will have a special meeting in conjunction with the Bar Association to discuss the proposed judicial amendment. Representatives" from other c i y i c groups such as the AAUW will be invited to attend. Carson, Crivcllo Wills in Court Formrr Estate in Trust, Income to Son KDVVAn&SVILLE. - An provided in her will, admitted to probate, the entire estate of Mrs. Margaret Carton of Alton — except, for $200 bequeathed for masses—Is to be placed in trust with a granddaughter with the Income fo be pnirl in monlhly Installments lo a son, William T. Carson, Alton. Mrs. Carson died April 11. Her will, executed March 24, named Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Nick of Kast St. Louis, a granddaughter, ns trustee of the estate, value of which wns not disclosed in the petition for probate. The trust estate is to terminate upon death of the son, when the remaining estate passes to the granddaughter. In the absence of a will, administration wax opened in the estate of Gernld A. White, who died March 25 at Alton. Listed as heirS were Iho widow, Mrs. Almira While of Allon, and two children, Mrs. Kugenia Middcndorf of Alton, and Robert While, of (iodfrey. Under terms of her will, admitted to probate, five children will share the estate of Mrs. Frances S. Crivello, Alton. Mrs. Crivello, widow of Joseph B. Crivello, died April 5. The five children named beneficiaries in the will are Paul, David F. and John J.jCrivello of Alton; Fimls Youths Trying to Open Parking Meter Box Culled at 8:40 p. m. Wednesday m MarquettB Tligh School at Fourth land Allon Sis., policemen found 1 (hat George Johnson, custodian, had surprised a group of youths near the school in the act of breaking open a purloOicd ctfy parking meter, Johnson had put the youths, four or five, to flight after a brief clash with one boy who wa« said to have attempted to strike him wilh the meter. Police found the meter had been uprooted, standard and all, from a point In the JSaston cut de sac, just north of E. Broadway. They fumed It over to Ray Crane, city meter malntainer, who found the motor broken beyond repair but the coin box still intact. Bernard Crivello, Taylorville, and Sister Mary Olive of the Loretlo Order of Nuns, who is a teacher in the East St. Louis schools. Value of the estate was not disclosed. The will was executed Feb. 21, 1950. Also filed in Probate Court, the will of Howard Crevlston, who died March 30, bequeaths his estate 10 (he xvidow, Mrs. Eunice Edwards Creviston, of Alton. Hearing on a petition for probate was set for June 4. Two daughters, Mrs. Eva L. Bray and Mrs. Leila Chappell, of Alton, are named sole beneficiaries In the will of Mrs. Emma C. Per- rings, Alton, who died March 6. A petition for probate of the will was set for hearing June 2. The will was executed March 14, 1932, "SEE THE DIFFERENCE'* 213 PIASA ST. 9-5 daily . . . 9-9 Friday • * t **' with white^ flashed He A with red Here's your elegant dark (banning with a difference... a notable show of color at cuffs and mock button* holes! You'll love its costly looks— notched mandarin collar, slanted hip pockets. Navy or black, with white-and-red trim; sizes 12 to 20. Ala// orden filled - itylt 6349 Friday Tin 0 117 West Third St Shmtlef f College Science Fair Set On Saturday of this week the South Western District ef the Illinois Junior Academy ef Science will eondut a science fair on Shurtleff College campus. Purpose of the meeting Is to stimulate student Interest in science and related subjects. Dr. Loren K. Freeman, Shurtleff College biology instructor and coordinator of the program, !ms contacted all science teachers in the Alton area and feels that local high schools will be well represented by various student projects. Science notebooks and projects entered will be judged and awards made Saturday afternoon. Winners of the district meet here will be eligible to display their exhibits at the State Academy of Science fair to be held at Macomb later this spring. Successful entrants at the state meet may have their projects held over at the Illinois State Museum in Springfield. The fair will get underway at 8 a. m. when all notebook! and projects will be pltced an txhiMt in the collet* tdfflHHttntton building. Judging ef exhibits will be from 9:30 until noon, the exhibits will be opeft for inspection by the public. Afternoon highlights of the fair will be the election of student of- ficer! to nit -Tuntor Academy of Science and m address by C. A. Davidson, Shell Oil Co. lecturer, whose topic will be, "The, Influence of Science on Human Life." Tests of pneumatic rubber tires on Paris undergraund trains have been successful. Baghdad will have modern thoroughfares and paved side itrtitf, as part of a big road building pro* gram in Iraq. _ The nine McCusker brothers of Armagh, Northern Ireland, have their own band, moving about the country in their car. fw roar convenience, we BOW am estenoed Muikhf •aim on VRIDAt NtGRtt, rnrn I mitt I o'eloet, ALL DEPARTMENTS, INCLUDING THE SIDEWALK TELLER. WILL BE ON HAND TO SERVE YOU. First National Bank 4k TRUST COMPANY In Alton Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 Third * Bell* Streets • Alton, impels MXMBBR ftOCRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Candy stripes and ruffles for our no-iron \uff and umble ^laymates 1.95 J95 • Fun -loving "Ruff and Tumble* fabric never needs ironing! » All in bright green or red, with matching candy stripes. Wide Whirl Skirt »i« 9 3 10 *» £, 7 to 14 Ul Trim Cuffed Shorts **" 1 QR ""• 9 Rfl J«o6» I.Ull 7 to 14 ^.UU * • Candy Stripe Blouse ««. 1 Q>| »»• 5 Jffar l.gsj 7^14 4 \l/ f Mail orders on 3.01 or tnore. Baseball jackets for young big-leaguers Special Purchase! Brilliant, water* repellent rayon satin jacket is cotton kasha lined, has raglan sleeves, knitted wrists, waist and collar. Blue-and-gold, royal-and-white, maroon-and-gray, red-and-white, Kelly-and-white; 8-20. 4.95 BOYS' RUGGED DOUBLE-KNEE DUNGAREES Sturdy 8-ounce denim, full-cut, riveted and triple-stitched for extra-long wear I 5 deep pockets, zipper front. 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